SPEED SIGNS TO PROTECT KIDS AND PEOPLE

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  • #777

    joseocque
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    I am tire of looking how people drives ariund the neighbourhood at a very high spees, careless of kids or pedestrians.

    Can we take full action in regards to this matter?

    #778

    Shantanu
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    I agree. There should also be STOP signs on Sixteen Mile at the intersection of Sixteen Mile / Colton Way and Sixteen Mile Larry Crescent. Kids cross this street to get to the Issac Park on foot and on bikes. It is really very dangerous as the cars on Sixteen Mile zip by quite fast and at times the traffic is quite steady and constant making the kids impatient to cross and prone to make an error.

    #780

    joseocque
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    I see people over 60 to 80 km/h on my street every single day. I am at Betsy dr.

    School speed signs are really poor too.

    Main street Preserve Dr looks like a racing track.

    What should be done? Who should we notify?

    Sorry for some speeling issues on my last post, auto correction went crazy on my phone.

    #787

    Jamie Vieira
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    If we make a call to the Halton Police I think we could get one of those radar signs with the seed on it. They have one in Bronte Creek and it has been very effective. I will look into getting one put on Six MIle and Preserve Drive. I think those two streets are the worse.
    Stay tuned for an update and if anyone else has time, please make a call. The more that complain, the better chance of them taking action.

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